I have about 40-50 people coming and I already rented a hall (only $25)! And I scheduled the party for 1:30pm until 4pm , so no meal. What else?Answer Question
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First you have to consider what's in the budget & what u can afford. I mean, its your child's first birthday. Two, Make sure everyone RSVPs so you know exactly how many are coming;. We've seen ppl plan for 50 and only 15 show up! A Potluck is really a great idea. This way everyone knows one item they can eat will be good! And to be honest, most ppl don't mind helping out! You may want to have it a little more organized and give them choices, like desert, hot meal, salad, drinks, rolls,etc. Everyone one has told you where to go. The thing is keeping it simple! No need to go overboard. They are here to celebrate with you and your child. They are here to see you both and visit. Then last thing any one's going to notice is what it look likes. They do have $1.00 tablecloths at WalMart & Dollar Store. You can also rent a Helium tank & 50 balloons. or to buy it. Forget right now. Hope this helps. Have FUN!!!
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